San Diego State University, Georgia (SDSU-G) is Georgia’s flagship U.S. university program and the only US STEM degree program in the region.
Through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), an innovative and independent U.S. foreign aid agency, the US Government is investing $140 million to help transform Georgia’s education sector, including $29 million in SDSU-G specifically. This $29 million is supporting the construction and equipping of facilities at the university, Georgian faculty development with partner universities and personnel and administrative support until the project ends in 2019.
SDSU-Georgia is off to an excellent start going into its fourth year, with more than 500 students (90% Georgian and 10% international). Its students are outperforming their American and international peers at San Diego’s main campus academically and include national and international Olympiad winners and top scorers on Georgia’s national university entrance exams (NAEC exams).